Create, Format, and Edit Documents in Microsoft Word 2010


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Illustrating documents with pictures, shapes, and clip art

Here is our Word document, and not surprisingly, it's filled with text, text and even more text. The perfect image though is often more meaningful to your readers than paragraphs of text. We can use an image to illustrate an idea, or to serve as a symbol that helps readers remember the text, make a connection to the text. With Word 2010, you can illustrate your document with different types of graphics. So we will begin with a couple of pages of just text here. And when we want to insert an image we start by placing our insertion point.

That doesn't mean it'll go in the middle of the page. It means it'll go near this paragraph. Click Insert and choose Picture and then browse to find the picture that you want to insert. And I want to insert this small image of olives on a vine. That's what a small image looks like, very easy to place it there. Now, we are going to place some Clip Art. So I'll scroll down in the document, and we're going to go to the Insert tab and...

Illustrating documents with pictures, shapes, and clip art
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Illustrating documents with pictures, shapes, and clip art provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2010 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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